Management-think

Journal of Business Ethics 4 (4):297 - 307 (1985)
Abstract
This paper provides a comprehensive review of the philosophical foundations of business management. The need for such a review is established. Emphasis is placed upon the role of management ethos in such a philosophy. Philosophical concepts (such as the concept of an intention) which are widely applied in management, but not explored in the management literature, are examined. While the emphasis is on philosophical concepts, the material presented is applicable in the practice of management.
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DOI 10.1007/BF00381772
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